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Dennis L. Nestle

Died: 2018-09-15
Resided in: Danvers, MA
Viewing type: Visitation
Viewing location: Mackey FH
Viewing date: 2018-09-19 4pm-7pm
Service type: Memorial at 7pm
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Contributions: In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the American Parkinson's Disease Association.
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Danvers - Dennis L. Nestle, 74, of Danvers, passed away on Saturday, September 15th from complications of Parkinson's. He was the husband of Dorothy (Tinsley) Nestle with who he shared 36 years of marriage. Born in Cooperstown, New York and raised in Canajoharie, NY, he was the son of the late Kenneth and Jean (Hiller) Nestle. He was a graduate of Canajoharie High School and Becker Junior Community College. He spent the last 25 years of his life in Danvers, MA. Dennis had a successful career as a golf professional. He started playing golf at the age of eight and followed his passion for the love of the game. He taught professionally at Blue Rock Golf Course, Rowley Country Club, and at Sun N' Air Golf Center. His claim to fame was his 364 yard par 4 hole in one he achieved on July 4th, 1977 at Canajoharie Country Club. He was best known for his colorful clothing and great sense of humor.



In addition to his wife, Dennis is survived by his two sons, Adam Nestle and his wife Nicole of Waltham and Kenneth Nestle and his wife Jessica of Beverly, MA, and his brother, Gregory Nestle and his wife Linda of Dover, NH. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the American Parkinson's Disease Association.

My thoughts and prayers to you all. Linda Tinsley Swanton
Dear Adam, Nicky, Dottie and Family, Our deepest sympathies to you on the loss of Dennis. May you be comforted by the memories you have of him. Beth & Joe Pollock
To Dotty and family, remembering all the fun times we've had. Our last get together at Ann and Eddie's home brought us all together. We have a wonderful picture to always remember. Love to you all. Aunt Phyllis
We are so very sorry for your loss. Dennis was so kind to us when we moved in across the street from you several years ago and didn't have a snowblower. He and his boys dug us out and we remain grateful for the kindness. We are thinking of you all and hope that you find comfort in your memories. Best, Sally and Rick Ponticelli
Dottie, Adam, Kenny: We were deeply saddened to hear of Dennisís passing. Dennis was a great neighbor for many years and it was always a pleasure chatting with him. We will miss him. Please know that our thoughts are with you. The Rizzo Family
Sorry to hear about the loss of your loved one Dennis, and wishing you much strength and comfort. Neighbor, Brian Mutascio

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